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ASFMRA addresses shortages, rural appraising

Valuation Review talked with the president of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers and the co-chair of the Government Relations committee of that organization about a variety of topics. One subject included the perceived appraiser shortage within rural areas. Read on to find out what they told us about this particular issue and others. Via:: ASFMRA addresses …

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NS3 Preview: Underwriters, lenders, regulators take the stage

The National Settlement Services Summit (NS3) comes home to the Midwest for the 14th year of the annual conference that brings all parties of the real estate transaction together in one place. The conference is slated for June 6-8 in Detroit at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. One thing that remains the same, though, is the ability for …

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It’s all about efficiency, reviewer says-Part II

The last person appraisers want to hear from is an appraisal reviewer spotting multiple errors throughout the report. Valuation Review continues its conversation with Robert A. Low, who pointed out what the common mistakes are regarding an appraiser’s report. Read Part II of this story to find out more. Via:: It’s all about efficiency, reviewer says-Part II       

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Commercial training and other related appraisal topics

Nevada assessor Carolanne Doherty shares with Valuation Review her thoughts on commercial appraising. Doherty also talks about how one can get his or her start placing value on commercial property and finding personal value in what they do. Read on to learn more. Via:: Commercial training and other related appraisal topics       

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AIC welcomes new regulations

The Appraisal Institute of Canada supports the regulatory amendments introduced by the Government of Ontario that govern syndicated mortgage investments within its jurisdiction. Read on to learn more. Via:: AIC welcomes new regulations       

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How deficient is your appraisal report?

The last person appraisers want to hear from is an appraisal reviewer spotting multiple errors throughout the report. Valuation Review spoke with Robert A. Low, an independent fee appraiser and owner of Low & Associates, Inc., a Washington-based company focused on investment properties. Low pointed out common mistakes regarding appraiser’s reports, and more importantly, how to avoid such errors. Read …

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